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Sidewalks

The sidewalk projects in the new MAPS proposal will work to promote a healthier lifestyle for our community, making Oklahoma City more attractive to both the workers and job creators our economy needs to grow. They will be targeted to high-traffic areas to create additional safety for pedestrians, as well as in strategic locations near libraries and schools to enhance the safety of our children. The sidewalk projects continue to build on the city's emphasis of creating attractive, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods.

PROJECT DETAILS

Cost: $10 million

Description: This project will strategically construct sidewalks in different areas of the city on major streets and near facilities used by the public (such as schools and libraries).

Background:

The 2007 bond issue included $68 million for sidewalks next to all resurfacing projects, but this sidewalks project is focused on strategic placement of sidewalks in areas of potentially high foot traffic.
The sidewalks will be placed all over Oklahoma City.
Sidewalks help to build a healthier community.

Project info from www.okc.gov/maps3/summary.html.



 

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DID YOU KNOW?
MAPS is one of the most aggressive and successful public-private partnerships ever undertaken in the U.S. The original MAPS ($363 million) spurred over $3 billion in private investment.

DID YOU KNOW?
MAPS for Kids was the first-ever partnership between a city and local school districts.

DID YOU KNOW?
The new MAPS proposal will NOT raise taxes from current levels.